Email Warning is Phishing for Your Password


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Chances are you haven’t cleaned out your inbox at work in a while, but be cautious about a fake email telling you your storage limit has been reached. This scam has been hitting businesses recently, according to the Better Business Bureau. It starts with employees getting an email that looks like it comes from the company’s IT department. The subject line looks like this, using my name as an example: “emarks@abqjournal.com update required.”